Claire Lilley is Head of Child Safety Online at the NSPCC, where she is responsible for all policy and the charity's related programme of work in relation to child safety online - including child abuse images, online bullying, children's access to adult content online. She regularly represents the NSPCC in the media and at a variety of high level influencing forums. Before joining the NSPCC Claire worked at the consumer charity Which? and was for many years a secondary school teacher in east London. Claire is currently studying for a Professional Doctorate in Leadership of Children and Young People's Services. Her research is about the use of technology to manage those who have been convicted of looking at child abuse images online.